Lucid Motors selects TomTom as infotainment partner

Burgeoning electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer Lucid Motors has selected TomTom as its infotainment partner for its first vehicle launch.

Ford has confirmed plans to release seven new electrified vehicles, including hybrid versions of its Mustang and Transit Custom models.

Faraday Future unveils first production vehicle

Ahead of the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Faraday Future has unveiled its first production vehicle, the FF 91.

British drivers think vehicles fitted with autonomous technologies will offer the most benefit to the elderly and disabled, according to a new survey conducted by Nissan.

Tesla partners with Panasonic to produce solar cells

Electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla has finalised an agreement with electronics giant Panasonic to begin the manufacturing of photovoltaic (PV) cells and modules in Buffalo, NY.

Lucid Motors has announced a partnership with Mobileye to enable autonomous driving capability in its vehicles.

Tesla to increase prices by five per cent in 2017

Electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer Tesla is set to increase the price of its models sold in the UK by five per cent in the new year, according to a report from the Guardian.

Transport and Environment’s Mind the Gap report shows that, across the industry, cars are on average 42 per cent less efficient that claims.

VW to unveil new EV as part of the I.D. family

Volkswagen has announced plans to unveil a new electric vehicle (EV), which will be a part of the I.D. family, at the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

Honda and Waymo (formerly the Google self-driving car project) have entered discussions to collaborate to develop autonomous driving technology.


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